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  • Zipabout eases your commute
  • Zipabout eases your commute
    Kevin Utting (2006) ©

Zipabout eases your commute

Citymapper and Google Maps are all well and good, but Zipabout goes one better. It combines information about service updates, weather and even social media updates on your daily commute. It also promises to help transport companies manage congestion and disruption to services.



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